But, it was for a good cause!

Twitter is angry today, my friends.

The only copyrights that matter to schools are their own.

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16 responses to “But, it was for a good cause!

  1. Castleberry

    Hilarious. But but but … we’re a non profit.

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  2. sniffer

    Reserve Fund takes a hit.

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  3. Chopdawg

    Don’t understand…what accounts are being suspended?

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  4. Ben

    Is this the @FootballUGA and @UGAAthletics accounts? I guess I just haven’t been paying attention, but all I tend to see are the images.

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  5. Russ

    I saw that Texas’ account was suspended/reinstated yesterday.

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  6. Russ

    If a student commits to a school and Twitter isn’t there to tweet about it, does it still count?

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  7. Cojones

    What did we do before Twitter? Oh, I know! We had a President who communicated straightforward with the public without resorting to unconstitutional threats via Twitter.

    Georgia seemed to get the word out before we had Twitter using the media. Can they be trusted to get it correct this time also?

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    • Macallanlover

      You are a good case for why ganja should never get legalized, the impact has to be the cause of your political confusion. Transparency in the prior administration, that is a good one. And now after all the ridiculous speculation about Russian interference in the election just to find it was all on the Dims (who are more the subversives we should wary of all along. Of course, we knew that anyway didn’t we?)

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  8. ATL Dawg

    Here comes a late February ticket price increase.

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  9. Nashville West

    To be fair, the academic side of the house does an even worse job with copyright than athletics. Most professors and even some deans have an incredibly expansive interpretation of “fair use.”

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  10. Bulldog Joe

    Does this mean no more shitty rap songs on the video board?

    This day just keeps getting better.

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